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  1. Alfred Graf von Schlieffen, generally called Count Schlieffen (German pronunciation: [ˈʃliːfn̩]; 28 February 1833 – 4 January 1913) was a German field marshal and strategist who served as chief of the Imperial German General Staff from 1891 to 1906.

  2. Biografie. Schlieffen stamde uit het Pommerse geslacht Von Schlieffen wiens leden van oudsher werkzaam waren in het Pruisische leger en de ambtenarij. Alfred was een zoon van Magnus Graf von Schlieffen (1796–1864) en zijn vrouw Auguste, geboren von Schönberg (1808–1890), een dochter van Moritz Haubold von Schönberg die de hoogste bestuursambtenaar van Pommeren en Silezië was.

  3. Hrabia Alfred von Schlieffen (ur.28 lutego 1833 w Berlinie, zm. 4 stycznia 1913 tamże) – feldmarszałek niemiecki.Jako szef sztabu armii pruskiej w latach 1891-1905, był jednym z głównych twórców niemieckich planów strategicznych przed I wojną światową, twórca wojny błyskawicznej.

  4. 03/05/2018 · The Schlieffen Plan, devised a decade before the start of World War I, ... Count Alfred von Schlieffen, who served as chief of the Imperial German General Staff from 1891 to 1906.

  5. Schlieffen Plan, battle plan first proposed in 1905 by Alfred, Graf (count) von Schlieffen, chief of the German general staff, that was designed to allow Germany to wage a successful two-front war. The plan was heavily modified by Schlieffen’s successor, Helmuth von Moltke, prior to and during its implementation in World War I. Moltke’s changes, which included a reduction in the size of ...

  6. The Schlieffen plan was a battle plan that was proposed by Alfred, graf (count) von Schlieffen in 1905, which suggested that Germany could win a quick Franco-German war while fending of Russia. Helmuth von Moltke, Schlieffen’s successor, decided to implement this plan during World War I, but heavily modified it, greatly reducing the size of the army, which finally lead to its ultimate failure.

  7. His immediate successor, Alfred von Waldersee, also believed in staying on the defensive in the west. Alfred, Graf von Schlieffen , who served as chief of the German general staff from 1891 to 1905, took a contrary view, and it was the plan he developed that was to guide Germany’s initial wartime strategy.